3D Space Perception as Embodied Cognition in the History of Art Images

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Tyler, C. W. (2014)

Embodied cognition is a concept that provides a deeper understanding of the aesthetics of art images. This study considers the role of embodied cognition in the appreciation of 3D pictorial space, 4D action space, its extension through mirror reflection to embodied self-­‐cognition, and its relation to the neuroanatomical organization of the aesthetic response.
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